AOTY 2020

Bringing It All Back Home

Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home
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Based on 3 reviews
1965 Ratings: #1 / 32
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1965 Ratings: #4
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The History of the Albums – n°256

[I invite you to read my previous reviews on Bob Dylan, you'll find them below, to better understand his life and this one]. Released in 1965, Bringing It All Back Home is one of the emblematic albums of his discography, and not for nothing. Not only is Bringing It All Back Home one of the intermediate albums between two significant periods of his career, the evolution between contemporary Folk and Folk Rock, but on top of that he manages to capture ... read more
With more listens I appreciate 'Bringing it All Back' a lot more, Dylans lyrics are just as well written, humorous and as out there as they normally are, I've grown to love his voice a lot more too. This album saw Dylan embrace electric guitars a bit more, but this album has both the traditional folk and folk rock sounds, arguably being the most varied early Dylan record. Theres so many songs on this that are just fun as hell to listen to and Dylans words are just interesting to digest. This is ... read more
Given the rapid pace of music consumption currently, I sometimes wonder if someone like Bob Dylan would have thrived in today's climate. The best of Dylan's musical work tends to be a fine mixture of literacy and discourse. His words aren't meant to be tacked onto a post-it note, but to ponder on. To sit with. Sometimes they latch on. You wouldn't rush a simmering stew now wouldja? 'Bringing It All Back Home' may not be as quintessential as his later ventures, but none of them encompass the ... read more
1965 was the year that Bob Dylan snapped. That is, snapped and officially became a musical and lyrical genius. He released two of the most important albums in rock history in that year: Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 Revisited. In the following year, he released his ultimate masterpiece: Blonde on Blonde. By this time, Dylan had already sent himself miles apart from any other person on planet earth when it came to songwriting. He had a God-given ability to incorporate powerful, ... read more


Fav tracks: Subterranean Homesick Blues, She Belongs to Me, Maggie's Farm, Outlaw Blues, On the Road Again, Bob Dylan's 115th Dream, Mr. Tambourine Man, Gates of Eden, It's Alright, Ma
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Track List

  1. Subterranean Homesick Blues
  2. She Belongs to Me
  3. Maggie's Farm
  4. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
  5. Outlaw Blues
  6. On the Road Again
  7. Bob Dylan's 115th Dream
  8. Mr. Tambourine Man
  9. Gates of Eden
  10. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
  11. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
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Added on: February 3, 2013